For SUNY Oswego professors and students, research and scholarship greatly enhance the college experience, their personal knowledge and ultimately the world's body of information. Through faculty projects, student opportunities, faculty-student collaborations, faculty honors and books, members of the SUNY Oswego campus community are garnering recognition and making a difference.Oswego professor to build partnership with University of Delhi
SUNY Oswego physics professor Shashi Kanbur plans to travel to India this spring to open a new collaboration in Delhi for course development in astrophysics and research in realms including the evolution of stars.New lake-effect study to fly into heart of storms
SUNY Oswego meteorology faculty member Scott Steiger and students next winter will study lake-effect snow up close and personal thanks to $320,000 from the National Science Foundation and an armada of instrument-loaded vehicles, including an airplane to fly into the heart of the storms.SUNY Oswego team uses Xbox Kinect to research emotion
SUNY Oswego graduate students Randy Belcher and Dan Cutler will demonstrate their emotion-measuring research using Kinect—part of Microsoft’s Xbox 360 gaming system—at the college’s Quest symposium Wednesday, April 18.SUNY honors Oswego professors Belt, Lewis with Chancellor's Awards
The State University of New York has bestowed the 2012 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching on two professors whose work has been transformative for decades of Oswego students: John H. Belt and Tracy K. Lewis.Author's update of 'Gangs' details growing criminal enterprises
In the seven years since SUNY Oswego sociologist Tim Delaney wrote “American Street Gangs,” membership in gangs has soared, many have moved into white-collar crime, and deadly transnational gangs have expanded their trafficking in drugs and humans.